A giant cast iron sink, wood floors, an adorable island, and beadboard all around. These are my dreams for our farmhouse kitchen, but I would be lying if I said it wasn’t already pretty dang charming. Even with all of its quirks (like mismatched countertops on the same counter!), our kitchen is one of my favorite rooms in the house.
When planning our landscaping this past spring, I wasn’t really sure what to do with a small patch of land next to the brick patio on the side of our house. A wildflower garden sounded intriguing, so we decided to give it a shot. It was a fun experiment, especially since we mainly used bags of mixed wildflower seeds and each new type of flower that bloomed was a surprise.
We overhauled our landscaping this year, and we’ve been watching it bloom all summer. Here are a few favorites from our new farmhouse flower garden landscaping.
In the spring, we planted a sad little half dead lilac bush, and it surprised us with its first blooms in August! It’s a reblooming variety, so I’m looking forward to its fragrant flowers next spring and throughout the summer.
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I never really considered myself a big jewelry person, but after getting an office job a few years ago I began to pick up necklaces and bracelets to go with my new work outfits. Even though my jewelry is almost exclusively budget-friendly costume jewelry, it’s still beautiful to me and worthy of displaying in a fun and pretty way. So here are a few jewelry storage ideas I use in my home.
I’ve always loved the idea of a framed necklace organizer, and I finally made my own this week! I’ll post a tutorial soon, but here’s a sneak peek: